|Full name||Trevor Edward Jesty|
2 June 1948 |
Gosport, Hampshire, England
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
|Bowling style||Right-arm medium|
|ODI debut (cap 68)||11 January 1983 v Australia|
|Last ODI||19 February 1983 v New Zealand|
|Domestic team information|
|1978||Marylebone Cricket Club|
|FC umpired||268 (1993–2013)|
|Source: Cricinfo, 5 December 2013|
Trevor Edward Jesty (born 2 June 1948 in Gosport, Hampshire) is an English former cricketer. He was an all rounder (right hand batsman and medium pace bowler) who played 490 first-class matches, scoring 21,916 runs and 585 wickets, between 1966 and 1991.
Jesty played 10 one day internationals for England most of them during the Benson & Hedges World Series Cup tournament in 1983. His highlight was scoring 50 off 35 balls v New Zealand at Adelaide. He was named in the England squad for the 1983 World Cup.
Following his retirement as a player, Jesty became a cricket umpire in England and served as the reserve umpire for the Fourth Test Match at The Oval between England and Pakistan in 2006. He continued as a First Class Umpire until his retirement in 2013, however he continues as a coach.
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